Limitation is All in the Mind

Think about the statement ‘limitation is all in the mind’. Does it resonate with you, and if not, why not?  What does limitation mean to you? How do you deal with it? Limitations will impact your Inner Well Being when set in stone. Imagine how much more could be achieved, if […] Read more »

Inspirational Insight for Inner Well Being

Without inspiration the best powers of the mind remain dormant’ – Johann Gottfried Von Herder Life would be dull and flat without inspiration wouldn’t it? Try to image not seeing the golden sun in an azure blue sky, with tiny puffy clouds scuttling by. Just looking up and seeing that […] Read more »

Dear Mirror Image

Dear Mirror Image, Today I woke up and realised that throughout my life, you’ve been the best friend anyone could ever want.  I wanted you to know how much I love and appreciate the fact, that wherever I go, you go with me.  Thank you. Never judgemental, never jealous, never demanding, […] Read more »

Dancing through Life whilst wearing Rose Coloured Glasses

I came across a wonderful quote today, ‘Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn’t music’ by William Stafford, an American poet and pacifist. I don’t know about you, but some words work on a subconscious level and my heart sings in agreement. Almost immediately afterwards I […] Read more »

Stories in my Head

I’m a big fan of gratitude.  You know the kind of thing.  You look around you and find a reason to be grateful for what shows up.  Not always easy but always do-able.  Today I feel very grateful to my sister. Take last night.  I was feeling unhappy as I […] Read more »

Releasing with love

Do you ever have times when niggling thoughts go around and around in your head?  You know the ones, they creep back into your consciousness the minute they find a weak link to slip through. Helen had been having moments like this for what seemd like forever but in reality it […] Read more »

Toxic thoughts

It’s a beautiful day so off I go for a walk around the perimeter of my village.  It’s early Sunday morning, no traffic, just birds singing and the occasional dog barking in the distance.  It would be my idea of heaven but for one thing. My mind is full of toxic […] Read more »

Embracing struggle

Many years ago when I first started on my own personal development I devoured Stuart Wilde’s books.  I was lucky enough to participate in one of his workshops and literally soaked up anything that he had to offer. One of my favourites is a small booklet entitled ‘life was never […] Read more »

The perfect egg

An Easter story from me to you.  “Good Friday started as normal in Mel’s house with breakfast of toasted hot cross buns fresh from the local bakers.  ‘Doesn’t get much better than this’ thought Mel happily as she licked her fingers.  She idly flicked through the newspaper whilst thinking about the weekend […] Read more »